Photo – Inter Striker Lautaro Martinez: “Another Morning Ends”

Inter striker Lautaro Martinez has taken to photo sharing social media platform Instagram to share an image of himself relaxing after one of his daily workouts at home.

The 22-year-old Argentine national team forward has been one of Inter’s best players this term with him having netted 16 goals and tallied four assists in 31 appearances across all competitions to date.

His form has led to him being heavily linked with several other clubs including Spanish giants Barcelona who have reportedly already had a players plus cash offer knocked back.

“Another morning ends,” he posted.

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Otra mañana que termina. 🙅‍♂️💪 #Quedateencasa 🇦🇷 #Iorestoacasa 🇮🇹

A post shared by Lautaro Martinez 🇦🇷 (@lautaromartinez) on Mar 31, 2020 at 4:32am PDT

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Photo – Inter Wish Former Player Francesco Moriero A Happy Birthday

Inter have taken to social media platform Twitter to wish former player Francesco Moriero a happy birthday as he celebrates his 51st birthday.

Moriero spent three years of his 16 year career on Inter’s books and made a total of 83 appearances across all competitions for the club in which he scored 10 goals and provided a single assist for his Nerazzurri teammates.

Moriero, who also played for Napoli during his career, was part of the Inter side that won the UEFA Cup in the 1997/98 season.

The club posted: “Happy birthday to Moriero who turns 51 today!”

🎂 | COMPLEANNO

Tanti auguri a Moriero che oggi compie 51 anni! Qual è la prima immagine che vi viene in mente pensando a “Checco”?

Per rivivere la sua (e la tua) storia nerazzurra, scopri #BornInter 👉https://t.co/4PrpFfUxgt pic.twitter.com/cWeHDXzGvl

— Inter (@Inter) March 31, 2020

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Alexis Sanchez Set For Loyalty Bonus Payment On Return To Manchester United After Inter Loan Concludes

Manchester United will be forced into paying Alexis Sanchez a loyalty bonus upon his return from Inter according to a report from British news outlet The Sun.

The Chilean joined Inter on a season long loan this past Summer but is widely expected to returned to the Red Devils at the end of the season having failed to make the desired impact at San Siro.

Due to the fact he will be returning and not staying with the Nerazzurri, United will have to pay him a €1.1 million loyalty bonus.

Sanchez is understood to earn around half a million a week but Inter are understood to only be paying half of this whilst he is with the club.

The former Barcelona man has made 15 appearances across all competitions to date for Inter but has been on the pitch for just 596 minutes in total in which he has scored one goal and tallied three assists.

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Former Inter Owner Moratti: “The Treble Winning Team Was Made Up Of Extraordinary Players”

Former Inter president and owner Massimo Moratti has reflected on Inter’s Champions League final win in the 2009/10 season.

Inter faced off against German giants Bayern Munich at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and won the match 2-0 with thanks to a brace from legendary striker Diego Milito.

“We all did our best to achieve certain goals. It is wonderful that certain images can still make the fans happy today. The treble winning team was made up of extraordinary players,” he started an interview with Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia which was broadcast earlier on today.

“Generally speaking finals are full of incredible tension but instead we wanted to enjoy the party, perhaps because we had suffered so much against Barcelona. Looking back on the game, it was a very difficult one.

“That day I wasn’t upset, I say that sincerely. In those moments there is no time for emotion as you are busy analysing everything and figuring out if you have done something wrong right up to the last minute.

“Fortunately everything was done well. The team dealt with things with exceptional professionalism. The boys made many sacrifices and deserved to to win.”

Moratti bought a controlling stake in Inter from fellow Italian businessman Ernesto Pellegrini back in 1995 and he would be at the helm of the club for 18 years, during which Inter won no shortage of trophies including a historic treble consisting of the Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League.

In 2013 Moratti sold a controlling stake in the club to Indonesian tycoon Erick Thohir and sold the remainder of his stake in the club in the Summer of 2016 when Chinese e-commerce giants Suning came in and bought the club.

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Inter Legend Diego Milito: “Jose Mourinho Is One Of The Best Managers I Ever Had”

In an interview with Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, Inter legend Diego Milito has revealed what Jose Mourinho was like with the team prior to the Champions League final in the 2009/10 season.

The Argentine striker, who was pivotal in Inter winning a historic treble that season, firstly spoke on how he has dealt with having to live in quarantine as of late due to the ongoing global Coronavirus pandemic.

“It has been a difficult period for everyone. We have been isolated for 12 days, hoping that everything will go away as soon as possible.”

He then went on to reveal what Mourinho was like with the team in the dressing room at the Santiago Bernabeu prior to Inter taking to the pitch against Bayern Munich.

“He really calmed us. He was our leader, he knew of the importance of transmitting calm in those moments of tension.

“He knew what that moment meant for the whole Nerazzurri world. I remember before going to the stadium he told us to enjoy that day because we didn’t know if we would be able to live it again.”

Milito then discussed how he felt on the morning of the final which he would go on to score both of Inter’s goals in.

“I had a good feeling. I tried to be calm and had the desire to do well. It was obviously a special game, we knew it was a unique opportunity for all of us.

“We were aware that we could win. We arrived with such confidence after the victories in the league and the Italian Cup. I woke up with desire and calmness. Luckily we had a great game.

“I’m lucky to have scored two goals in the final, but it was the victory of an extraordinary group. I arrived at Inter at the right time, with a group that had already won 4 league titles in a row.”

Milito proceeded to share his thoughts on San Siro, former Inter president and owner Massimo Moratti and who his favourite striker is.

“San Siro is a mythical place. It was a dream come true to play there from day one.

“Moratti? We all love him. After the final I was happy for him, he deserved that joy for all the sacrifices he had made for Inter. It filled my heart. He was an important person for us.

“I’ve always been in love with Ronaldo, the Brazilian one. He had strength, speed and scored goals. He had it all. he was one of the best ever.”

He also spoke further on Jose Mourinho, who is now in charge of Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur.

“He is one of the best managers I ever had. First of all because he really wanted me at Inter, and then because he always gave me great confidence.

“He is much more than a great communicator, he was very capable of understanding the moments of the players and the team. I learned a lot from him, in that year he was fundamental.”

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Inter Linked Kurzawa Offered To Barcelona

Paris Saint Germain’s Layvin Kurzawa has been offered to Barcelona by his representatives according to a report from Spanish news outlet Sport.

The Frenchman’s contract with the reigning Ligue 1 champions is due to expire at the end of the season and with no contract extension seemingly set to come, his agents are at work trying to find him a new club.

They have offered him to Barcelona who are understood to be looking to transform their full back department in the coming months and it is as yet unclear what Barcelona have made of the proposal.

The report goes on to state that Inter, Arsenal, Liverpool and Napoli all have an interest in adding the 27-year-old to their ranks.

Kurzawa has been with the French capital club since the Summer of 2015 and he has made 123 appearances across all competitions for the club to date in which he has scored 13 goals and provided 21 assists for teammates.

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Inter Fined Close To €10,000 For Fans Behaviour In Recent Match Away To Ludogorets

Inter have been slapped with a fine of almost €10,000 as a result of the behaviour of some fans in the away leg of their Europa League last 32 match-up against Ludogorets.

The Nerazzurri took on the reigning Bulgarian champions on February 20 at the Ludogorets Arena in Razgrad and would win the match 2-0 with thanks to goals from Romelu Lukaku and Christian Eriksen.

However, the behaviour of some fans that night has cost the club a sum of €9500. Inter have been fined after some fans let off smoke bombs in the stands and also committed acts of vandalism although it is not specified exactly what the offending fans did.

Inter would win the return leg of the fixture 2-1 at San Siro and progress to the next round of the competition thanks to a 4-1 aggregate scoreline.

Inter were then drawn against Spanish outfit Getafe but due to the Coronavirus crisis the first leg was postponed and it remains a mystery as to when the first and second legs will be carried out, if at all.

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Lega Serie A & Italian Players Association Hoping To Reach Agreement Over Player Salaries By End Of Week

Lega Serie A and the Italian players association (AIC) are to try and come to an agreement over player salaries by the end of the week according to a report from Italian news agency ANSA.

Lega Serie A and the AIC met earlier on tonight to hold talks about player salaries being reduced to help mitigate the financial damage caused by the ongoing global Coronavirus pandemic.

The report explains that the meeting between the parties was cordial and both sides made initial proposals on the matter.

Lega Serie A proposed the suspension of players wages for the next four months whilst the AIC hit back with a counter proposal of a one month suspension of wages.

Reigning Italian champions Juventus have already taken action when it comes to reducing player salaries. The Bianconeri club reached an agreement with their players that will see them waive their salaries for the months of March, April, May and June.

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Inter Defender Candreva: “I’ve Always Believed In Myself, Consistency Is The Most Important Thing”

In an interview with Instagram profile ‘Cronache di Spogliatoio‘, Inter defender Antonio Candreva has given an insight into the relationship that the current crop of Inter players have together.

Firstly he spoke on what it is like to work under Antonio Conte.

“Conte prepares us from the first day of the week, the same intensity is always present in our training. The manager is always present, he checks on us together with the coaches,” the 33-year-old, who joined the club back in the Summer of 2016 from fellow Serie A club Lazio, explained.

“Every day they explain the program to us, we want to keep ourselves in condition in this complicated phase.”

Next he discussed the group: “We are a nice group, we are happy and in the WhatsApp group we are always active. We are a beautiful group.”

Candreva then went on to speak about Inter’s club record signing Romelu Lukaku, who has started life in Nerazzurri in fine fashion with him having netted 23 goals in 35 appearances across all competitions to date in his first season with the club.

“He is a great player and has great room for improvement. He is a golden boy, exceptional. He has become a great player, he is super intelligent and knows five languages ​​well enough to allow him to speak with everyone.”

He then went on to speak about the belief he has in himself.

“I have always believed in myself. I am pleased that the coaches keep me at the centre of the project. Since I arrived at Lazio I have understood that consistency is the most important thing.

“Everyone has his own path and never stops learning. I’m overjoyed to do the best job in the world, as far as I’m concerned.”

Candreva proceeded to discuss whether or not he has thought about life after football yet given he is not getting any younger: “I have not asked myself this question yet, I want to play until I no longer have the enthusiasm that I have today and that of when I was a child.”

This season Candreva, who has been rejuvenated under the management of Antonio Conte, has made 26 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored four goals and provided six assists.

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Lautaro Martinez Wants New Contract From Inter If He Rejects Moves Elsewhere

Lautaro Martinez wants a new and improved contract from Inter if he snubs a Summer transfer window move elsewhere according to a report from Italian broadcaster Sport Mediaset.

The highly rated 22-year-old striker has drawn links to a number of other clubs ahead of the next transfer market including Spanish giants Barcelona, who are understood to see him as their number one transfer target.

The report claims that Barcelona have already tabled Martinez a contract offer and the player, who has also been linked with Manchester City, wants a new deal to reflect his status at Inter if he opts against leaving.

His current contract is due to expire at the end of the 2022/23 season but his wages certainly do not match those a player of his quality should have.

This season he has made 31 appearances across all competitions to date in which he has scored 16 goals and provided four assists for his Nerazzurri teammates.

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